If only one child in one village, in one town, in one city, in one country can learn to live, to love, to care and to share, then they will learn to teach others to love, to care, to share. Then there is a chance.
Bali Dogs are family dogs. It’s been that way for as long as anyone can remember. Their protection of their family is unquestionable. Their connection to all members of their pack is guaranteed.
For generations Bali Dogs were as pure as any unrecognized unregistered breed could ever be. The rules were simple. If a dog was not useful or behaved in a manner that saw it step outside of specific boundaries, then it was eliminated. As unpalatable as elimination may be for some it meant that for thousands of years the Bali Dog became a stable predictable animal that could be relied upon to hand on its genetic surety generation by generation.
One of the major benefits could be observed in how Bali Dogs related and conducted themselves when in the presence of children. It is of little use having a working dog that’s expected to perform useful and meaningful activities if it’s running around biting children.
For thousands of years Balinese children and Bali Dogs have grown together and in most cases they have unconsciously and collectively handed on to their respective offspring the ancient rules for living together.
This contract is still very much binding and it is hoped and prayed that it will continue to be rolled over and stamped with a loving caring sharing seal of approval for thousands of years to come.